ibmtts and sound
guyster at bex.net
Tue Oct 28 19:08:04 GMT 2008
Hey there Jose, did you build gnome-speech from source? Just
wondering how you got ibmtts support configured. I was going to ask
a similar question, because I know there is not a package for ibmtts
as there is for Cepstral and Dec-talk. I obviously know how to build
gnome-speech from source, but I recall that there was something that
had to be done to insure that pulseaudio integration was not
broken. If someone has done this successfully, any tips and/or
tricks would be greatly appreciated. Thanks much in advance and keep
up the good work. I've seen some excellent progress thus far, and
look forward to what will be done in intrepid+1.
Thanks much in advance,
At 02:28 PM 10/28/2008, you wrote:
>Hi, thanks for your answer.
>Forgive my stupid question:
>How can I check that all applications in my system use alsa only?
>Another observation is that if I use espeak instead of ibmtts, orca
>periodically loose speech, forcing me to restart orca manually.
>On 10/28/2008 10:08 AM, Jan Buchal wrote:
>>>>>>>"JVEds" == Jose Vilmar Estacio de souza
>>>>>>><mailto:vilmar at informal.com.br><vilmar at informal.com.br> writes:
>> JVEds> Hi all, First of all I apologize because this list is
>> JVEds> probably not the right location for this type of question.
>> JVEds> I'm using ibmtts as my primary output synthesizer running
>> JVEds> orca under intrepid with all updates.
>> JVEds> Everything is working correctly except for the fact that I
>> JVEds> can not hear sounds together with what is spoken by orca.
>> JVEds> As an example, if someone sends me a message via pidgin, I
>> JVEds> don't hear the alert sound given by pidgin.
>> JVEds> If I change to espeak this doesn't happen.
>> JVEds> Any idea on how to solve this problem?
>>Maybe IBMTTS use OSS module. You need check that all applications in
>>your systems use alsa only.
>Ubuntu-accessibility mailing list
>Ubuntu-accessibility at lists.ubuntu.com
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Ubuntu-accessibility